#### Lee Anne Aidt

Teacher

laidt@beniciaunified.org

Teacher Website

#### Justin Koeppen

Teacher

jkoeppen@beniciaunified.org

Teacher Website

#### Kelly Rice

Teacher

krice@beniciaunified.org

#### Chris Guinon

Teacher

cguinon@beniciaunified.org

#### Alejandro Soto

Teacher

asoto@beniciaunified.org

#### Kenneth Knight

Teacher

kknight@beniciaunified.org

#### Alireza Modabber

Teacher

amodabber@beniciaunified.org

Teacher Website

#### Alexander Tuiolosega

Teacher

atuiolosega@beniciaunified.org

##### MATH STAFF

Aidt, Lee |
Guinon, Christopher |
Nathan Hanson-Regalado |
Knight, Kenneth |

Koeppen, Justin | Maselli, Carleen | Modabber, Alireza | Rice, Kelly |

Tuiolosega, Alexander |

##### Courses

##### INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1

Integrated Math 1 is the first of a three-course sequence including Integrated Math 1, 2, and 3. This one year long course satisfies the Common Core Standards for Integrated Math 1. It strengthens and builds on students’ previous knowledge in pre-algebra courses or Math Readiness courses. It focuses on the pattern growth of functions including linear and exponential functions, transformational geometry, coordinate geometry, solving equations and inequalities, descriptive statistics, geometric congruence, and geometric constructions. Good study habits and critical thinking skills are essential for success. Successful completion of this course is required for high school graduation.

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

##### INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1A

This is the first semester of an Integrated Math 1 course taught over the span of 1 year. It is intended to build a foundation to prepare students for Integrated Mathematics 1B and more advanced mathematics, and to bring under-performing students to grade level. Major topics to be covered: 1) Collecting and Interpreting Data, 2) Integer Operations, 3) Probability and Fractions, 4) Algebraic Sentences, 5) Solving and Graphing Equations, 6) Ratios and Proportions, 7) Fractions, Percent and Formulas, 11) Scientific Notation, and 12) Algebraic Properties.

Grade: 9 1 Year UC/CSU – c

##### MATH STAFF

Aidt, Lee |
Guinon, Christopher |
Nathan Hanson-Regalado |
Knight, Kenneth |

Koeppen, Justin | Maselli, Carleen | Modabber, Alireza | Rice, Kelly |

Tuiolosega, Alexander |

##### Courses

##### INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1

Integrated Math 1 is the first of a three-course sequence including Integrated Math 1, 2, and 3. This one year long course satisfies the Common Core Standards for Integrated Math 1. It strengthens and builds on students’ previous knowledge in pre-algebra courses or Math Readiness courses. It focuses on the pattern growth of functions including linear and exponential functions, transformational geometry, coordinate geometry, solving equations and inequalities, descriptive statistics, geometric congruence, and geometric constructions. Good study habits and critical thinking skills are essential for success. Successful completion of this course is required for high school graduation.

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

##### INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1A

This is the first semester of an Integrated Math 1 course taught over the span of 1 year. It is intended to build a foundation to prepare students for Integrated Mathematics 1B and more advanced mathematics, and to bring under-performing students to grade level. Major topics to be covered: 1) Collecting and Interpreting Data, 2) Integer Operations, 3) Probability and Fractions, 4) Algebraic Sentences, 5) Solving and Graphing Equations, 6) Ratios and Proportions, 7) Fractions, Percent and Formulas, 11) Scientific Notation, and 12) Algebraic Properties.

Grade: 9 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1__

Integrated Math 1 is the first of a three-course sequence including Integrated Math 1, 2, and 3. This one year long course satisfies the Common Core Standards for Integrated Math 1. It strengthens and builds on students’ previous knowledge in pre-algebra courses or Math Readiness courses. It focuses on the pattern growth of functions including linear and exponential functions, transformational geometry, coordinate geometry, solving equations and inequalities, descriptive statistics, geometric congruence, and geometric constructions. Good study habits and critical thinking skills are essential for success. Successful completion of this course is required for high school graduation.

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1A__

This is the first semester of an Integrated Math 1 course taught over the span of 1 year. It is intended to build a foundation to prepare students for Integrated Mathematics 1B and more advanced mathematics, and to bring under-performing students to grade level. Major topics to be covered: 1) Collecting and Interpreting Data, 2) Integer Operations, 3) Probability and Fractions, 4) Algebraic Sentences, 5) Solving and Graphing Equations, 6) Ratios and Proportions, 7) Fractions, Percent and Formulas, 11) Scientific Notation, and 12) Algebraic Properties.

Grade: 9 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS 1B__

This is the second semester of an Integrated Math 1 course taught over the span of 1 year. It is intended to build on the foundation to prepare students for Integrated Mathematics 2 and more advanced mathematics, and to bring under-performing students to grade level. Major topics to be covered: 1) Collecting and Interpreting Data, 2) Integer Operations, 3) Probability and Fractions, 4) Algebraic Sentences, 5) Solving and Graphing Equations, 6) Ratios and Proportions, 7) Fractions, Percent and Formulas, 8) Pythagorean Theorem, 9) Surface Area and Volume of Solids, 10) Exponents, 11) Scientific Notation, 12) Algebraic Properties and 13) Constructions of Geometric Figures.

Grade: 9, 10 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__RESOURCE MATH A/B__

This course covers prerequisite skills for resource Math C. This class will be modified and accommodated to meet the individual needs of the students. This class is only available by recommendation of the student’s IEP team. This class does not meet the UC/CSU “a-g” requirements.

Grades: 9, 10 1 Year

__RESOURCE MATH C__

Math C fulfills the first half of the high school Integrated Math 1 graduation requirement. This class will be modified and accommodated to meet the individual needs of the student. This class is only available by recommendation of the student’s IEP team. This class does NOT meet the prerequisite for enrollment in Integrated Math 2. This class is only available by recommendation of the student’s IEP team. This class does not meet the UC/CSU “a-g” requirements.

Grades: 9, 10 1 Year

__RESOURCE MATH D__

Math D fulfills the second half of the high school Integrated Math 1 graduation requirement. This class will be modified and accommodated to meet the individual needs of the students. This class is only available by recommendation of the student’s IEP team. This class does NOT meet the prerequisite for enrollment in Integrated Math 2.. This class is only available by recommendation of the student’s IEP team. This class does not meet the UC/CSU “a-g” requirements.

Grades: 10, 11, 12 1 Year

__MATHEMATICS of PERSONAL FINANCE__

*Prerequisite: D or better in Integrated Math 1*

Students will learn how to manage their personal finances through a study of financial management as seen through the lenses of mathematical modeling, reasoning and problem solving. The course will dive into each of the National Standards for Financial Literacy such as: earning income from careers and investments including an analysis of the value of education and skills as well as career exploration, buying goods and services with that income, including planning and budgeting via the use of spreadsheet modeling. Students will also learn about saving money with an analysis of the factors affecting the present and future value of your savings, investing in financial assets like stocks, bonds, funds, real estate, commodities, including risk vs return analysis and use of diversification, using credit wisely including analysis of the relationship between risk and interest rates, and protecting and insuring your assets.

Grades: 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – g

__INTEGRATED MATH 2__

Prerequisite: C or better in Integrated Math 1

Integrated Math 2 is the second of a three-course sequence including Integrated Math 1, 2, 3. The one year long course satisfies the Common Core standards for Integrated Math 2. It focuses on Geometry topics of proof, similarity, right triangle trigonometry, quadrilaterals, polygons, circles, solids and conditional probability. Topics from Algebra include quadratics, functions and probability. Good study habits and critical thinking skills are essential for success.

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__GEOMETRY IN CONSTRUCTION__

*Prerequisite: D or better in Integrated Math 1 or 1B. Students are concurrently enrolled in Construction Technology 1.*

This one year long course satisfies the Common Core standards for Geometry. It focuses on the Geometry topics of proofs, similarity, right triangle trigonometry, surface area and volume, and probability. This course is required to be taken concurrently with the elective CTE Construction Technology 1 course where students apply their mathematical learning to career construction and building. Good class participation is essential for course success. Successful completion of this course satisfies one year of mathematics. Taking both Geometry in Construction and Construction 1 will require a double block of classes that you are committing to for the entire year.

Grades: 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c (pending)

__INTEGRATED MATH 3__

*Prerequisite: C or better in Integrated Math 2*

Integrated Math 3 is the 3rd of a three-course sequence including Integrated Math 1, 2 and 3. This is a one year long advanced course for college preparatory students and satisfies the common core standards for Integrated Math 3. It strengthens and builds on students’ previous knowledge in Integrated Math 1 and 2 courses. It focuses on parent graphs; inequalities; functions including polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, rational and radical; triangle trigonometry and the unit circle; probability and statistics (deviations and normal curves); rational expressions; conic sections; complex numbers; sequences and series. A strong background along with diligent work habits and critical thinking skills are essential for success. Graphing calculators are recommended. Successful completion of this course is the pre-requisite to enrollment in the courses Trig/Statistics, AP Statistics, or Pre- Calculus.

Grades: 9, 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__TRIGONOMETRY and STATISTICS__

Prerequisite: Completion of Integrated Math 3 with a C or better

The study of trigonometric functions defined geometrically along with the ability to prove basic identities give students important background for calculus, physics, engineering and advanced math and science classes at the college level. Mastery of Statistics will provide students with a solid foundation in probability and in processing statistical information. A graphing calculator is recommended.

Grades: 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__PRE-CALCULUS__

*Prerequisite: C or better in Integrated Math 3 and teacher recommendation*

This course is for the serious math student who has an excellent algebra and geometry background. This course is a preparation for calculus. Continuing use of technology to foster problem solving is explored. A graphing calculator is recommended.

Grades: 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

**WEIGHTED CLASSES-5 POINT SCALE**

*AP Test given in May*__PRE-CALCULUS HONORS__

*Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation based on outstanding Integrated Math 3 skills, excellent study and work habits, above average performance on the interim CAASPP exams, and a minimum score on placement exam (given in May prior to enrollment). A portfolio of work may be examined and the candidate interviewed by a committee prior to enrollment.*

This college level course is for the student passionate about mathematics. He/she must be self-directed and have an innate desire to explore concepts that lead to a deeper understanding of mathematics. This fast-paced course has a summer assignment (10% of the 1st semester grade) due on the first day of fall class. The 2nd semester will cover Calculus content (and the student may choose to take the AP Calculus A/B exam) and prepare the student for AP Calculus B/C in their senior year.

Grades: 10, 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__AP STATISTICS__

*Prerequisite: Successful completion of Integrated Mathematics with a 75% (C) or better.*

The purpose of the AP course in statistics is to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing and drawing conclusions from data.

Students are exposed to four broad conceptual themes:

- Exploring Data: Describing patterns and departures from patterns
- Sampling and Experimentation: Planning and conducting a study
- Anticipating Patterns: Exploring random phenomena using probability and simulation
- Statistical Inference: Estimating population parameters and testing hypotheses. Students who successfully complete the course and exam may receive credit, advanced placement or both for a one-semester introductory college statistics course.

Grades: 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__AP CALCULUS A/B__

*Prerequisite: Teacher recommendation based on outstanding Pre-Calculus skills, excellent study and work habits*

This is a college Calculus course designed to prepare students to take the national AP Calculus A/B exam in May, where college credits may be earned for qualifying scores. A summer assignment (10% of the 1st semester grade) is due on the first day of fall class. Summer project required.

Grades: 11, 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c

__AP CALCULUS B/C__

*Prerequisite: C or better in AP Calculus A/B or Pre-Calculus Honors*

This college course is designed to cover all the topics on the Advanced Placement Calculus B/C exam, where students have the chance to earn up to one semester of college credit in Calculus. A graphing calculator is recommended. Students in this honors level course earn extra grade points for the UC system. Summer project required.

Grades: 12 1 Year UC/CSU – c